Engineering Student Council

The purpose of Engineering Student Council (ESC) is to facilitate communication between the faculty and staff of the University of Kansas School of Engineering and its students, promoting engineering education and involvement within the school, and serving as a collective voice for the engineering student community.

Contact us at: kansas.esc@gmail.com

The purpose of Engineering Student Council (ESC) is to facilitate communication between the faculty and staff of the University of Kansas School of Engineering and its students, promoting engineering education and involvement within the school, and serving as a collective voice for the engineering student community.

ESC does this by:

  • Holding bi-weekly meetings with engineering student organization representatives and the School of Engineering administration
  • Hosting social, professional, and community service events for students of the School of Engineering
  • Organizing the Funding Advisory Committee to allocate funding to student groups for projects, conferences, and professional events
  • Representing the School of Engineering students in campus wide events such as Homecoming and other philanthropic events.

Our bylaws

2017-18 Engineering Student Council Officers

President: Tyler Thompson - t336t198@ku.edu

VP of Finance: David Treviño Jr. - dtrev78@ku.edu

VP of Campus Relations: Andre Kurait - andrekurait@ku.edu

VP of Recruitment: Brock Burnett - brockton_burnett@ku.edu

VP of Outreach: Shreya Kulsh - skulsh@ku.edu

EXPO Chairs:

Activities Chair:

Caelan Lovell - caelanl@ku.edu

Public Relations Chairs:

Internal Relations:

Ally Dobie - allisondobie@ku.edu

Outreach & Community Service:

Raiyan Haq - raiyanhaq21@ku.edu

Treasurer:

Hannah Stohr - hmstohr@ku.edu

Engineering Student Senators:

Freshmen Council:

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Updates coming soon for EXPO 2019


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